Commentary: Iterative Surgical Resections of Diffuse Glioma with Awake Mapping: How to Deal with Cortical Plasticity and Connectomal Constraints?

@article{Tomasello2019CommentaryIS,
  title={Commentary: Iterative Surgical Resections of Diffuse Glioma with Awake Mapping: How to Deal with Cortical Plasticity and Connectomal Constraints?},
  author={Francesco Tomasello and Alfredo Conti},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={2019},
  volume={85 1},
  pages={
          E16-E17
        }
}
Copyright C © 2018 by the Congress of Neurological Surgeons W e had the opportunity to review the study entitled: “Iterative surgical resections of diffuse glioma with awake mapping: How to deal with cortical plasticity and connectomal constraints?”1 This study has some limitations if we observe it under the perspective of current neurooncology “mainstream” focused on biomolecular profile of tumors and the choice of the best adjuvant treatment. Indeed, here there is no molecular analysis, no… CONTINUE READING

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